"It's not hard to grasp why Souldub's legions are growing daily. The Michigan band plays energized, guitar-blaring, tough reggae-influenced rock that bridges boundaries between alt-metal and rap-rock. The group's far-reaching influences include Sublime, P.O.D. and Rage Against the Machine." - Lansing State Journal
In a music scene overpopulated with trendy, carbon copy rock bands, SOULDUB rises above the norm to create a sound and experience that has audiences of all ages begging for more.
Souldub has spent the last several years experimenting with styles all over the musical spectrum in a variety of projects. Now, returning more musically mature and inspired to break radio, Souldub is bringing a fresh, more refined style of hard rock that tastefully blends metal, reggae and southern rock into a radio friendly music experience that will get you so excited you will punch yourself in the head.
The Brighton, Michigan based group debuted the project in the spring of 2008 and have been creating a strong buzz with their high-energy, crowd-pleasing performances, funky reggae grooves and catchy rock anthems. Their sound is most often compared to Rage Against The Machine, Sublime, and System of a Down.
In August of 2008 Souldub announced the release of their debut EP entitled "Sunday Morning Circus". The album’s first single, "Suckerpunch" was produced and engineered by Al Sutton. Al is best known for his platinum award winning production on Kid Rock's last several albums. In promotion of "Sunday Morning Circus" Souldub is booking an extensive performance schedule throughout the state of Michigan as well as releasing “Suckerpunch” to indie radio.